Thunder Bay Cops for Cancer Event Saturday

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THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Police Association, Canadian Tire, and the Thunder Bay Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society invite you to attend our annual Cops for Cancer head shaving event.

On May 10, over sixty men, women, and children will come together to raise funds and awareness in the fight against cancer.

This community event is coordinated each year by volunteer Event Chair, Constable Greg Stephenson, Co-chair Brad Comuzzi and is proudly supported by the Thunder Bay Police Association and Canadian Tire.

The Canadian Cancer Society are pleased to celebrate our 18th anniversary of Cops for Cancer in Thunder Bay.

In honor of this anniversary, Mayor Keith Hobbs will perform the first head shave at 11:00AM EDT.

Participants will continue to shave their heads throughout the day in support of those living with cancer in our community.

How can you participate?

  • Register and collect donations in advance of May 10th by visiting www.copsforcancer.ca or visiting the Canadian Cancer Society office on 920 Tungsten St.
  • Drop in to our event on May 10, 2014 to schedule your head shave (by donation)
  • Donate today at www.copsforcancer.ca or by visiting us on May 10,2014 at Intercity Mall

Since Cops for Cancer began, law enforcement, emergency service personnel and generous community supporters have raised more than $45.5 million dollars across Canada for cancer research and programs!